AMATYC Diversity Dialogues


We invite you to read the blog but also to consider contributing content. We'd love for you to share your personal experiences, ideas for creating a more inclusive and equitable classroom, or even a story about someone you think everyone should know. However, please keep in mind that although the posts are meant to be thought-provoking and spark dialogue, we will not post any content deemed to be offensive. If you see something offensive, please let us know so that we can keep this a safe space for everyone.


For more information, please contact Marilyn Mays at memays.edu@gmail.com or Jon Oaks at jonoaks@amatyc.org. Please indicate "Diversity Dialogues" in the subject line of your message.


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Arab Mathematicians




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Mathematically Gifted Black Scholars




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Ruth Gonzales

The First Known Hispanic Female Mathematician in The United States



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Sister Mary de Lellis Gough
The First Irish Woman with a Doctorate in Maths



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Sadie Bragg
Woman in Mathematical History



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David Harold Blackwell
First African American Member
of the National Academy of Science



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Lonnie Johnson
NASA Engineer and Toy Inventor



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Katherine Johnson
Mathematician and Spaceflight Analyst